Both adults and kids can take our hair growth supplement. I was constantly experimenting with at-home hair masks in an effort to smooth flyaways and get rid of hormonal dandruff because I had fine, thin, curly hair and had no idea how to work with it. Basically, I’ve applied almost every food item to my face or scalp at this point in my life, which means that I also spent my formative years covered in self-inflicted rashes and hives from some bad recipes.
Take it from me then: There are some shady lessons on the internet that aren’t worth your time. I’ve put together a list of my top 12 DIY hair masks for dry hair, damaged hair, curly hair, oily hair, and more to help you cut through the clutter and avoid a potential disaster for you (and your drain).
It’s just not true, as much as I’d like to convince you that using just one at-home hair mask will make your hair grow longer and faster (only your DNA can do that). Still, if you use hydrating, calming, and stimulating ingredients like the four all-stars in this DIY mask, you may help make your scalp a better place for hair growth.
The components should all be thoroughly blended, which should take around 10 seconds. Before using the combination on your hair, strain it to remove the rosemary and aloe vera specks (or, say screw it, and just deal with some dots in your shower afterward). Pour the mixture into a mason jar or small bowl. To make it thicker, add a few scoops of your favorite deep conditioner. Mix thoroughly, then run a brush through your freshly shampooed hair and clip it up. 30 minutes should pass before you shampoo and condition as usual.